Pre-registrations for FAU-G (additionally referred to as The Fearless and United Guards) are initially restricted to high-end and mid-range Android gadgets, although nCore Video games does have plans to broaden its availability to low-end gadgets sooner or later.
FAU-G, the made-in-India motion recreation for cell gadgets, has crossed the four-million pre-registration mark on Google Play forward of its official launch, developer nCore Video games has revealed. The sport went for pre-registrations in late November — after a series of delays and altering in its launch date schedule that was finally set for January 26. Pre-registrations for FAU-G (additionally referred to as The Fearless and United Guards) are initially restricted to high-end and mid-range Android gadgets, although nCore Video games does have plans to broaden its availability to low-end gadgets sooner or later. FAU-G can also be anticipated to make its approach to iPhone and iPad customers on the time of its formal launch subsequent week.
Vishal Gondal, co-founder and chairman of nCore Video games, has informed IGN India that FAU-G has garnered over 4 million pre-registrations. “That is with not permitting a number of the low-end gadgets to register,” he mentioned.
“I’ll say that we’ll cross 5 million not less than,” mentioned Gondal. “However at 5 million, I do not assume so every other recreation, not less than in India has acquired that sort of pre-registrations.”
Introduced a few days after the PUBG Cell ban in India in September, FAU-G is designed as an internet multiplayer recreation set in Galway Valley. The sport is arriving for Android gadgets in addition to the iPhone and iPad fashions on January 26. Nonetheless, the pre-registrations are restricted to Google Play as FAU-G is but to debut on the App Retailer.
FAU-G will not include a Battle Royale mode initially, although it’s anticipated to reach in a later model. Assist for low-end gadgets can also be reportedly within the works and will come quickly to assist the developer garner large downloads within the close to future.
Co-founder and COO of nCore Video games, Ganesh Hande, has revealed IGN India that Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar has been part of FAU-G the event and has advised the presence of a canine within the recreation. The sport will, nevertheless, not include an animal character at launch.